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BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14,1899.
NO. 21 OU 13 MM AND OTNM «»»■ at war aod our ally, England, „ar; what are we to do agalnat non enemy. , two to »i* loche« of eoow fell In Wednesday night; at Ogdeo two and at Urlgham City «1« loche«. Steuoenberg waa In Balt City Thursday. Ed Hartdegan la vlaltlog in Po wer« wbeo time days were That now, their Dunn made a shipment of cattle It him real that and to the H. Sherman, of Lake, Pveosont call y, did bus'.Dca« with the land Thunday. Mr. Shermaa baa big that to for ae of tries ikmdrero, a young man of ; gist 1'tah. made a bet last Sunday ) pad he could drink a quart of port i a Be eoo the bet. but he will win I I wort.age of the Omlml l*aclflc be lad comiwny waa filed with the triy uj. there would be a great j lor Heaven if there was a bsok 1Ul t ■ !,.:.„f ,.r..,de would slip in ouf t do* n, and act as If the; had al roof Je*1e Houck Is recovering alaa , her sickness of typhoid fevnr. ■Ill tell you what the commis did in nest week's issue. „ha thi. work. , Engllsb'Boer war should mise Bee of wheat, hut »Hl II do 1k rrell Neider has a position with Ipop Implement company. AnJersoo and Lula t Wise, irvisnd .rre granted a marriage to-day. Friday. l r j Woods went down to I'oca Kridsp sflnrnooa. -, »U is Hull«. known that the Montana kot wWi reach boote October Sid. 1 com« over the Ore goo Short gad pass Blackfoot 23d. 0«'W prv He I. dead now. recorder at Logan, Utah. thi. io which was affixed ftl2..'XJÜ ko . loe .lamp*. not footing ia fearing a heavy lota In If the winter should bn long and l. The rang« waa nev.r ao dry ! j of j the . and j lu teiu-r O. B. Hogers was advised , Ire Wednesday of the birth of a hi. dsughter, Mrs. Frawley of City. Blackfoot tend, congratu »■ because Blackfoot still haa loo Mrs. Frawley. beeo there. •n In the fall »oaaoa as It la *1 it litte. i. I. N. ( «.loo was • visitor to News Thursday, Mr. Coston is »*•••• ■ of the 1 apllal sod wc rl.k nothing In .a)in«. of Uu Thi*» who know him brst kcisic him most. ly, ■led and fogs are still against •ht rares. UW« times they have <x>t to race and five limas failed to Let them come to Hnake Blackfoot will give them wind Jr weather. It. «.trays are now to ba published new.papxra published nearest the e.trsys are taken up, the *hich it to be paid to the county »»the time of filing '.he dee 0,1 for rocurd. No more posting 1er., you are compelled lo publish —Mes««ngor. ^'rw York photographer taking »»ïe of the popularity of Dewey life-«lio figure of the Admiral in (ti mod« for his gallery and thon W: "Have your picture taken : * n * land« with Dewey." Now, J day he Is buried beneath the rush Ine»«, Another oaae of success »kce Ingenuity. *Hla Blackfoot brother teil« a ato hls aliter and her lover, whloh ■ rb S rn ># read« like thla t „ 1 »he Ismpllakt glnam T*** 1 * Venn« Charley Hart » callln« mi my «Ister fslr *»t this far tip. apart. »»«•elook thsquestion'« popped tbelr souls «re filled will, bliss frn, omM peep, you'd see I bat they armilllnanbMellkethla » F»e))ts, Shamrock and Columbia, ®»d » hard lima to make a rao« In »ork harbor. They didn't bava •nd. lt »«y will •»loot will oomo down this way do the right thing by • No trouble to raise tha wind In when there's "a great to do" V ' »hen Blackfoot la some "•»« New York-haa the wind **<■ when It doesn't want It. ,*1 what t '» ,r C» mv. about Hot i Stove« in hi* «II line new "ad" today, of men'» shoes at W. A, 1*8. ' t **P poultry, game, oyster* and U "*•• •» all first-class meat«. « call. •vs f. E. DqKay. LOVINfi AND HAPPY AfA'D. brave They dier away him They happy. Craaed Their Treablee treat tfcaBlack Uvleg and Nappy Ayala. They aay to tbelr friend« wer« alway« lovers. We cannot tell wbeo our loving daya began nor the time of the beginning of our engage ment, because from our earliest school days It bad been understood that were to he married when the time came." That la wbat they tell their frleud« now, but with them aa with others, their pathway of love bad lia rough place« and one of them was as long as It was rough. In March 188ft, John Smith, we call him John Smith but that waa not hit real name, and Angellon Snow, and that was not her real name, were lovers, and according to dally protestation* of undylog love and faith, were engaged to be married, and, as often at oppor tunity presented itself, declared one to the other, that the marriage should be oelehrated before the close of the year. That was the way matters stood with them when the president issued bis call for volunteers for the American SpaoUb war, and so happy were they that Jobo and Angellon gave no thought to the prospective war nor to the call for volunteers. But one evening in April a trifle of difference, a trifle light ae air. came between them and they parted, not In anger, but with a feeling ; m « of disagreement as chilling as ihr ; gist blast* of snowy winter. They had bave ) pad BO disagreements before. Thatj M » i a |ght John aod Angelina magnified jibe I their trifle of difference, and each one, , »"d I loverlike, resolved to be brave and not be the flrsl to ask forgiveness. Both : of beard the clocks, faithful old lime ntlcly k.ei^rs, strike all the hour, of that j lie fore daybreak John had grown the de.prratc and said to himself: "I know »t«*l j wh>l do g(J lhc war nl on . 1Ul 1(J lhe mornjn(f , tld th , t „ m Ml ,| e ouf difforme»-. That will be better now: "We was ing. the as leafy flakes head tion groves snow tinted bow, the He a WO First . night. than living dose together, loving and not speaking." When morning catne John hastened to the recrultiug office, offered bi* service« an.l wa. accepted, lie waa the first one to pre sent himself that day, and among the la.t, for the company was to leave early next morninp for Boise City. The good bye of the soldier, going to ! wsr I* fre.h and green In the memory j of all. The hand Is still warm with j the parting grasp of kindred and friend. . and the expressions of confidence linger j lu memory like perfume In vases in , which roses have hern distilled. the own jsil. lime the aod but Angelina did not have the courage and womanly strength to go out and see John march away to tbe tented field. Others went, but she feigned slckoess and remained al home with the heaviest heart of them all. After he had gone she began to upbraid and accuse her self and say: "I am responsible for the trouble between us, It was my fault, aod if he will ask me how quickly, glad ly, will 1 forgive him. Boise, to Sen Fraoclsoo, to Manila, and word did he write about his John searched the home in silence for the name of Ange ing 418 John went to never a trouble«. p»p° r * . , lina and Angelina read all the cable and reports from Manila for the of Jobo. Both grieved, suffered G. gram* name and bore their suffering« in alienee. heart waa Angelina lo her own true to her soldier lover and Joho waa true to "the girl be left behind." Month* after the capture of Manila John quietly approached Col. Jones and "Colonel, l want to speak to you privately, can I do so? tha Colonel said, "whenever said: "Certainly, John, you have a word with me, you may be certain of a hearing; come Into my pri and tell me of you want«." vate room John told his story, and an application for a discharge followed the interview, with tbe Colonel'« endoraement and approval, but tha war department never granted the discharge. The secret for the grounds of application are still held sacred by the Colonel and John. In all the long month» which followed John did bis duty like the gallant sol dier that he wa* and Angolina bore her of heart-alcknoaa in secret Both aultored in secret In sufferings and allanca. and .lienee, and both kept their secret hurried deep in their and au fieri og* own heart*. We .hall not toll whul they told u. about their foellnga when the regiment reached San Francisco, of their imagination, of what would happen when John reached home, nor ofthu outcome of the moetlog when should meet for the fir.» tlmo after trlflo of difference more than We shall »ay nothing It 1« too »acred The look, the by In they their little 18 month» ago. now of that meeting, to tell to thu public, hand shake, the quiver of the llpe «» meeting and If»« P»»t "«• tor *°^° c John knew that Angelina wa. .»•• true U, film and Angolina knep that her Hot A, lh« and brave «»Idler lover was true to her. They are loving now and both are supremely happy. Before the holiday« Angelina will be wedded to a brave aol dier boy who haa won honor In the far away Philippine«, and John will be wedded to a brave girl who wav true to him all the daya of bis aoldler life. They deserve to be happy; they will be happy. m « in * *H1 ** brought to Blackfoot lor burial. It is doubly sad that be should bave died after the hardships of the M » nil » campaign, after he had faced jibe dangers of rccroestng the deep, »"d »hen almost In sight of home. of «he funeral, ntlcly when the remains will reach Po catello. |s».it.l> Saturday afternoon or Sunday, and the day following will be the day for the funeral. It Is under »t«*l »bat the members of Co. G now in Pocatello will escort the remains to Blackfoot and have charge of the funeral eerewooiev. Bsaatffsl Dlackfaet Blackfoot was never so lovely as it was in its snowy beauty Thursday morn ing. All Wednesday evening and night, the beautiful snow was failing as softly as fell the dew on Mt. Herman, and the leafy trees and shrubs bowed tbelr branches under the weight of the fleecy flakes like a lovely maiden bows her head for the benediction at confirma tion services. No artist can picture the scene of the groves and lawns that morning, aod no rlereoscoplc views can portray the beauty hid behind the bridal veil of snow thrown over the green and golden tinted leaves. He who paints the rain bow, who gives lint and fragrance to the ruse, and beauty to the modest primrose by the river's brink, He and He alone is the master painter for such a scene. T of Board Diad Whca Almggt Nmm. Chief Hug 1er Fred Taylor, of Co. G, First Idaho Volunteers, died at San Francisco on the 11th, Inst., and his re ber per of be will be pay Due notice will be given of the time It is not known defi sod *• of the of Waats ta Gat Ost af Sksep Dasiaasa. I^ars Jcnsco who recently engaged in the sheep business by appropriating about 3UÜ of John Hoger« * flock to his Is now In the Blackfoot jail John Neil* John C. John Jno. C. 81 J. J B. of be the own use awaiting * transfer to the Fremont jsil. In the alwcnccof Mr. Rogers, a short lime ago, I .art separated about 300 of the big flock for his own use and drove them away towards the east as far as Fremont county where he was captured aod for which he was lodged in jail. Lar* wants to quit the business now, but from all appearance« the business won't quit him. He wishes it would. OMca Daya. The office of County Sup erintendent will be open on Friday and Saturday of each week, from 9 o'clock uutil 6.D0. Lydian Hadley, County Supt. SO,000 Rabbit sad Kars Skint Wasted dur ing winter months; also other skins. Address, 418 Ellis St. Wood-Mayor Co., San Francisco, Cal. Cash paid for Poultry al the Fulton market. Bring them along. F. DeKay. Shaplclgh coffee can't bo beat, sold by G. H. Holbrook. WANTED—25 tons of wheat in ex change for merchandise, also 200 chlck W. A. Bull. O ir /C ole's Hot Blast, The most wonderful Heater on the market jffas double Lhe , heating capacity of any other stove.] nar nor the Guaranteed to save one-third of the Goal. We have them in five sizeg. OUR 8T0UK OF COOK STOVES, STEEL RANGES, STOVE FIFE, ELBOWS, ST0VEB0AR08, UOALHODS AND HARD WARE IS NOW COMPLETE. A Fall Un of Truskey Steelware, jast irrivfd. Doi t fail I« set it. «» c her H. W. CURTIS. Farm Loans Apply. JOHN LINDSAY, BEST YOU CAN GET. IpAkO FALLS, Or, F. W. BEANE, Bee Plackfootg - - Idaho. In ptulo' down the valley try To scatter Nunihine by tbe way. Play pleasure ctripv an' play 'em blyh, Kirourart- other* to be gay. Don't warte a minute antin' 'round But keep a truin', bulge ahead. Pur when you leave this pleasure ground Yer voll*' to be a lung time dead ! Don't acatter thorn* a km# the trail To tub the feet of other*, who The rocky height* are trying to aoale An' will success the same a* you. But plant sotne flowers as you go. By dew of kindness keep 'em fed. Pur when your lamp goes out, you know. Yer goto* to be a long time dead! NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. T he OOMBBTT PLOUGH DITCH CO.. A Corporatk>o. Location of principal place of business. Blackfoot. Bingham Co., Idaho. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of Board of Directors, held on Saturday, Octo ber 7th, 1999, awen ment No. S3, of ten oenta per share, was levied upon the capital stock of their company, payable to B. A. Doud, Sec retary, Blackfoot, Idaho. Any stock upon whloh this assessment shall be unpaid on Saturday, November litH, i*w. will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, enough of each parcel of stock will be sold on Saturday, December Will, 1*99, to pay said assessment with coat of advertising R. A. DOUD. Secretary Oorbett tiluuffa Ditch Co. Blackfoot, Idaho, Oct. 9th, 1899. sod expense of sale. DELINQUENT NOTICE. WERT BRANCH CANAL COMPANY. A *• Corporation, Imtlon at principal place of business. Basalt, Binghaui county, Idaho. Notick: -There are delinquent upon the following described stock «essuient No.4, levied on September Wih, 1*98. the several amounts set opposite tbe names of the respective stockholders, as follows : No. Cert. No. Shares. Amt. due 9 9.00 ».00 10.00 12.00 account of „■ Names. John Lord, Neil* Hanson, Peter Nelsou, Walter Dye. John Johnson, C. C Bull, John K. 8belley, 21 James Noll son, 15 Chris Johnson, Abinadl Porter. 96 Jno. W. Herbert, 94 Hector Stewart, 19 Jno.K. Hfiheruon 31 James Brady, C. J. Peterson. 81 mon Peterson, 29 J. J. Johaneson, 30 George Cooper, 35 John H. Berg, J amt*« I)ye. Solomon RdwardsUS Charta Criddle, 1H Mrs. Adams. B. N. Campbell. 90 And in accordance with law and the order of the Board of Trustee* of the corporation made many shares of each parcel of stock as may be necessary, will be sold at public auction at the Basalt 8cbool House, Basalt, Bingham county, Idaho, at 3u'cloca p. tn.. on Monday, October 30th. 1 *W. lo pay the delinquent assess ment, oust of advertising and expense of sale. HKNHY PKTKH80N, 8oo'y of West Brunch Canal Co. Basalt, Idaho, October 11th. 1899. 8 25 8 4 19 10 12 11 5 2.00 33 32 32.00 'J0.no ».00 9u.no 15.00 38.00 911-00 20.00 90.00 90.00 90.00 io no 24.00 14.00 as is au is as ao au ao 27 au rn 1« 24 r; 30 u 22 7.« IS 15 00 1 1.U0 i sou » 20 20.00 tin* said day, September 16th. 1899. so Far Rant. A four room cottage in good condi tion. For terms apply at The News O ffice. AND *ï* V <2 o <b \ 5 bs v V * 6. H. HOLBROOK & O .O A* o •S* * AMP HÜLL WOODRUFF, PIONEER DRUG STORE. Is the Flace to Buy Your - djool TOBACCO AND CIGARS, PUEE DETJO-S, CONFECTION ery AND TOILET ARTICLE*. IDAHO. B LAGKFOOT, + +■ I' ■ MONEY !• • Is made by buying your goods where you own buy the cheapest. I do not daim to aell everything cheaper Ik as everyone else, but Know I J!« » that if you will make a cloae comparison of prices In any one of tbe different line« I carry, all through the line, you can save one-tenth of your r • I Money. !■ ■ I SUGAR, COFFEE, SALT, And A FEW STAPLES, I we sell at the same price« as our competitors. Pickles, Syrups, Canned Goods, Spioes, Toilet Soaps, Package Oatmeal, Dried Fruits, etc., etc., ia where I will save you money. if MY SUMMER URESS GÜÜÜS, Muslin and Knit Underwear, Shirt Waists, Hosiery, . * Gloves, Mils, Corsets, Ties, make my stock complete • in their respective lines. 1 can truthfully say I am ] I selling ! * BOYS' CLOTHING cheaper than ever—a big line to select from. I ask special investigation of this line. Idaho. Blackfoot, !■ ■ . 1 --|-